American Airlines is gearing up to offer travelers more flight options to major events worldwide next February and March.
Football enthusiasts can now easily reach Las Vegas (LAS) from 10 different destinations across the U.S. Meanwhile, tech aficionados heading to a significant mobile communications trade show can benefit from added flights to Barcelona, Spain (BCN).
Jason Reisinger, American’s Managing Director of Global Network Planning, expressed the airline’s commitment to enhancing the travel experience for its passengers. “Whether it’s the thrill of a championship football game or the buzz of a global tech event, we understand the unmatched experience of being there in person. By adding over 6,000 extra seats to Las Vegas and Barcelona routes, we’re ensuring fans and tech enthusiasts have more convenient travel options to immerse themselves in the action.”
Starting October 23, tickets will be available for purchase on aa.com or via the American mobile app.
Las Vegas: A Premium Experience for Football Fans
Between February 8 and 12, American Airlines is ramping up its flight frequency and seating capacity to Las Vegas. A highlight for travelers from New York (JFK) to Las Vegas will be the Airbus A321T aircraft, equipped with 10 lie-flat Flagship© First and 20 lie-flat Flagship© Business seats. This aircraft will also serve select flights to Los Angeles (LAX), providing premium one-stop connections to destinations like JFK and Boston (BOS).
Travelers opting for this premium service will be treated to an enhanced preflight experience. At JFK, those with Flagship© First tickets can access the exclusive Chelsea Lounge™, boasting a champagne bar and a la carte dining. Meanwhile, Flagship© Business passengers can enjoy the Greenwich Lounge™, which offers gourmet meals, a premium wine table, and the Bridge Bar and Tasting Room experiences.
For those flying from Miami (MIA) and Philadelphia (PHL), American will deploy Boeing 787 aircraft for services on February 8, 9, and 12. On peak days, the airline will provide over 150 lie-flat seats for Las Vegas-bound passengers.
Barcelona: The Tech Hub Awaits
Tech professionals and enthusiasts heading to Barcelona for the world’s leading mobile communications trade show will have more flight options. American Airlines is expanding its seat offerings from MIA and JFK and introducing special service from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW). This is in addition to the new year-round service from PHL to BCN, which will be operational in time for the conference.